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monday. please remember, the extend stops right here because we're looking out for you. >> good morning, everyone, on saturday, develop -- november 12. solyndra got half a billion but the cost to the white house could be more. new details on another friday night document dump. this is not a rerun. >>dave: new polls show that herman cain is still able and gingrich is surging so is romney no longer top dog? we crunch the numbers. >> oh, baby, teen singing sensation justin beiber has a problem.
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and the babier baby drama enters a new chapper. >> bobbier fever continues. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> you are watching "fox & friends" where alyson was voted most likely to proceed at zuccotti park. >> take a single shot of alisyn there is a felder behind her labeled alisyn. we have a lot to get to. >>dave: and a good sports story. what a sight aboard the uss karl
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vincent. >>alisyn: and hundreds of people attended a tribute at penn state days after riots filled the street. last night, president obama commented for the first time on the scandal. >> it is a good time to do some soul-searching, not just penn state, about our priorities and making sure we understand that our first priority is protecting our kids. >>alisyn: today dave is a big day, the football team is set to take the field without the fired head coach, joe paterno. >>dave: we were in vietnam the last time he was not the head coach and martin luther king, civil rights marches in people billion, the last time he was not the head coach. >>alisyn: today they play nebraska. also, not on the side lines is the assistant coach who has been placed on leave and is now in protective custody this morning
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following death threats. in 2002 he allegedly found sandusky sexually abusing a young boy in a locker room shower. he chose to tell paterno and sandusky is accused of molesting eight boys. >> a new travel warning to tell you about, officials are eyeing possible attacks on buses, but a specific attack was not eminent there is reason to believe that terrorists could try to detonate bombs on buses here in the u.s. and abroad, coming days before the busiest travel weeks of the year. >> a bizarre twist in the case of missing baby lisa, the police department now refuted claims that her parents have been called "suspects," the opposite of what an attorney for the couple said yesterday. (inaudible). >> the police said we were
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suspects. >> what have they said? >> what you said, debbie, in particular. >> can you explain this? >> i cannot get for this. that is what is going on. >> her parents reported her missing five weeks ago. yesterday was the 1st birthday. >> trouble at mf global which report lie fired the entire workforce as part of the liquidation process. that is 1,066 employees without jobs. it was run by corzine would resigned days after they filed for bankruptcy. the troubled firm under investigation for allegedly misusing vesters' money. brand new video of president obama and the first lady arriving in honolulu, hawaii, and today will host an economic progress. the remainder of the trip will take him to australia and indonesia, for this morning.
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dave i thought they were cutting done on traveling and doing conference. >> can we set up a conference in hawaii? wreck ahead with big storms in the west coast for the weekend with a lost activities and more storms this week. blizzard cross the colorado rockies and a cool morning in the southeast this morning. it will get better. all of the eastern half of the country looking good. not anything that is looking that bad, cool across the southeast and we are seeing temperatures in the 20's across the panhandle of florida.
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heavy rain toward los angeles basin and san diego and snow in the higher elevation. there is another system pulling across the pacific northwest and they will meet up cross the rockies tomorrow where we have the warnings telling with winter storms. that is the case for idaho and montana and blizzards in colorado so i-70 corridor is rough but skiers are happy. very warm day tomorrow with temperatures toward minneapolis pushing 18 to 20 degrees before where you should be and subsequent across across the planes but warm. 80 across texas where you want to be right now, i think. >>dave: the solyndra scandal heating up as more e-mails are released on friday afternoon. a top official may have been in the cross hairs of this political scandal. >> and now to washington with more on this friday document
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dump. broken record. >>reporter: clayton, steven which you won a nobel prize for physics but that does not mean he should be the energy secretary. and this is according to correspondence in the latest solyndra document dump. here is an -- this is a huge job and he would be perfect for it, secretary chu is brilliant but not perfect for the other critical doe mission, deploying existing technologies at scale and creating jobs." that message was sent around the west wing by veteran chief of staff and 18 white house officials saw it according to the a.p. and now he says he did not care for the critical assessment of secretary chu but he wanted to know what the administration thought about the rest of carol's comments about
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president obama's energy policy. the white house said getting rid of secretary chu was never considered seriously and a spokesman for chu says the advisor carol is an activist with an agenda. so that is both sides of the e-mail. the document dutch does not answer all of the republican's questions in the house of representatives because this is what they want to know about solyndra. >> in 2009 we got documents from the department of energy and some in the department predicted in 2009 that solyndra would go bankrupt if they approved this loan and that is what happened. so, why wasn't that followed? >> and a congress who shares the house energy committee says he hopes the e-mails is the beginning of an effort to make public the missing parts of the process that left us holding the bag for over $500 million. that is congressman upton right
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there. >>alisyn: and now, that friday night document dump keeps peter employed. >>clayton: new polls out this morning. if you read and of the reports from the "wall street journal" this among saying romney is on top. but you look at the new polls and look at this, from the cbs news poll. showing herman cain at the top with 18 percent. romney down 15 percent. and gingrich in third place with 15 percent. >>dave: depends on your interpretation of the polls but the take away is gingrich is rising and in the top tier of candidates and either in second or third place. at the worst. everyone is continuing to talk about herman cain being done and the allegations but he continues to stay up there. >>alisyn: that is a big deal but the story this morning is gingrich is the most rapidly
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rising candidate. people sort of wrote him off. >>clayton: sort of? remember the firings and everyone that left. >>dave: and rick perry's campaign, how ironic. >>alisyn: he was out of money, et cetera, et cetera, and the fact he is second or tied for second in the two polls yesterday is a big deal. he is considered top tier. >>clayton: and a second poll, romney at 23 percent, gingrich in second place and herman cain in third. so the reverse, the last when and nexted up. but it reminded me yesterday, i said, this reminds me of the j.p. j.p. campaign, everyone wrote him off, all the people defecting and he got the troops together and had a meeting and that is what gingrich did, and
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now he is surging. he was at the bottom. >>dave: he raised $800,000 on the third quarter, and that is on the map and only santorum raced less with $350,000 in the bank. can you not bet president obama with that kind of money. >>alisyn: herman cain was asked as in the past if he would be willing to be anyone's vice president. if he had a very interesting answer, he said yes, it would depend on who it is. listen. >> it would depend upon a discussion that he and i would have prior to making that decision. >>neil: but it is not a given. >>guest: i would look for someone who shares my ideas or close enough on the major issues in terms of how we approach it. >>neil: he doesn't? >>guest: right new he doesn't. >>alisyn: he was talking about romney and saying he would not be able to go out and champion
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his 59-point economic plan. >>dave: he said the same thing about rick perry and about ron paul but the person he said he would be open to working with is gingrich. he said they share a lot of opinions, a lot of policy positions. >>clayton: and a criticism has been his lack of foreign policy experience which he has acknowledged. a question that came up on the radio show yesterday, whether there are any positions in the cabinet that he would be open to and this answer may surprise you. >>guest: that would be the one that i could be excited about to help the general and the commanders on the ground to get what they need to do what they do best and that is kick the you know what out of everyone in the world if something breaks identity in other places in the world. >>clayton: secretary of defense. can you think of a more bold foreign policy job? >>dave: i don't think that is
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the best fit ... come on! >>alisyn: that is what he is interested in. >>dave: he needs to read up on china. >>alisyn: he said it would depend on the president's priorities and he would not be comfortable cutting anything from against. if that were the party he would not be able to be in the administration. >>clayton: would herman cain make a good secretary of defense? >>alisyn: the master mind of the "uss cole" is facing trial but could the interrogation techniques used give him a pass to freedom? my name is ron orsini,
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>> 11 years after the bombing of the "uss cole" the suspected mastermind that killed 17 american soldiers is facing trial. he could be put to death if fund guilty but the defense is planning on using the c.i.a.'s harsh interrogation tactics as a central part of their case to get ima pass. a former u.s. prosecutor joins us live from miami this morning. >> good morning. >>dave: is it going to be our enhanced tactics that are on trial here? >>guest: that seems to be the strategy. when you thing about it, it shows a couple of things.
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first, this guy who could be one of the worst people you can imagine is getting the best available defense. they are raising all kinds of things fighting like tigers for the guy. that could be frustrating for the public it validates our system of justice including the military tribunal. and standard defense stuff when you think about it putting the police department on trial if you can claiming physical mistreatment somehow gets you a "get out of jail free card." and it may have worked in o.j. with the los angeles police department on trial but it will not work here. >>dave: you do not think it stands a chance. do you like the trial is happening in gitmo? >>guest: well, this accident stand a chance. this is an appropriate case for a military tribunal. you look at their history in the last 10 years it has been controversial. the u.s. supreme court ruled three times against what was happening with the try trying in
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tribunals. we have more procedural rights and now finally it is becoming clear for so-called high value detainees, the so-called worst of the worst, guantanamo is not perfect, there is in nice way to try people for horrible crimes but it is the best suitable forum and a military tribunal is the best. there are going to be more tribunals on other detainees including the controversy about the five detainees who were accused of being highly complicity in 9/11 and the effort to bring these cases to new york to civilian trial, and new york said, not here, congress said, not anywhere in the united states, so, those cases are coming back to
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guantanamo and we will see, i think, the same thing. aggressive defense lawyer assuring that these defendants get the best defense possible. >>dave: this could be the redemption of military tribunals. thank you for joining us from miami. >>guest: thank you. >>dave: an explosion at a military base in iran this morning and secretary of state, hillary clinton demands answers about the nuclear weapon situation in iran. and justin beiber's baby drama is crazy. ♪ ♪
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>>clayton: this week senate democrats blocked the g.o.p. effort to overturn internet regulations and now the united nations could be next to try and regulate the interpret. now the interior on the institute of human rights, nice to see you. welcome. what is beginning on? the united nations is beginning to take on internet regulations? >>guest: the united nations for quite a few years has been involved in trying to regulate the internet. it is different than the american approach. which is trying to be cast as not substantive and the united nations waded into the
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regulation. >>clayton: what does it mean for my internet in the united states? >>guest: so
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they could attempt to control substance on the internet. that is where they are going. a far cry from, or an attempt to get their foot in the door for >>clayton: sounds like it goes well beyond what we have in the united states. thank you for keeping us posted. let us know how you feel about this on twitter and you can weigh in. coming up, the volt was supposed to save the american car industry. they are hot, all right. literally catching on fire. and dive into the world of chocolate. is that yoda in chocolate? never locked so good.
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11-11-11 at 11:11 a.m. born in new jersey and one born in michigan at the very same time. and listen to this, both of 9 set of parents are serving in the air force and yesterday was veterans day. >>dave: the time we on the develops. thousands of people were expected to get married but thousands, also, expected it get induced to have that 11-11-11. >>alisyn: it is very, very cool. >>dave: and a big basketball game played yesterday. on board the uss carl vinson an aircraft carrier. can they fit a basketball game on there in the full stand? put up the bleachers. they could probably have play add couple games there yesterday on board the aircraft. >>dave: this was a special scene, the none women teen in the nation, north carolina,
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taking on michigan state on the flight deck with 8,000 people there, half of them were the troops so this was really an event to honor our troops on veterans day, north carolina coach williams had fatigue pants with combat budgets and we have the stats. when it comes to the uss carl vinson that ship, of course, dumps the body of osama bin laden in the sea. >>alisyn: the setting for the game sounds dramatic. on air game and it happened at sunset, during the perfect san diego evening, and 7,00 people in the stands, we fire jets screamed overhead the moment the high notes were set on the national anthem, so a spine tingling situation. >>clayton: and 4,500 sailors and each day they lower the flag and it was a touching moment.
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>>dave: very cool. and the most unique experiences for the players was meeting the president before the game and he spoke to the crowd and the troops before the tip-off. >> the uss carl vinson has been a messenger of diplomacy and a protector of our security for a long time and the men and women who serve on this ship have done extraordinary service in the pacific, in the persian gulf, in the indian ocean. it was from this aircraft carrier that some the first assaults on iraq were launched. this ship supports what is happening in afghanistan. some you may know because it has been reported that the men and women on the carl vinson were part of that critical mission to bring osama bin laden to justice
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>>clayton: and north carolina won 67-55 for a special night in sports and our troops. >>alisyn: and now the headlines. brand new reports of a huge explosion at a military base in iran. it is not cheer what caused the blast. this comes days after the u.n. international atomic energy agency policed a reportallying that the country is building nuclear weapons. yesterday, secretary of state hillary clinton warned iranian leaders they must spend to that report. israeli officials addressed that and they hinted at a possible military action to prevent any nuclear proliferation in iran. police in seattle are fearing the worst in the case of a missing two-year-old boy they believed sky could be dead, and this as the senator for the toddler stretches into the sixth day. but the boy's father is not giving up hope and will hand out
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more flyers this morning. >> i hope he comes back. that is where i find my strength that he will come back. >>alisyn: the mother says heroon was snatched from the s.u.v. on sunday after she left to get gas and she fused to cooperate with police. federal regulators are looking into batteries could be responsible for a volt that caught fire a few months back when the plug in electric car was parked at a federal testing center in bits business. now safety regulators want general motors and nissan and ford to check the fire risk and g.m. and nice son have plug in cars on the market. and a talk show host willing to help justin babier with his paternity problems and reportedly received an ininvite to reveal the results of a d.n.a. test on maury and i am sure he will want to do that. >> very gracious. >>alisyn: selfless. the 17-year-old star has been dealing with accusations that he
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fathered a child with a 22-year-old and he will take the test to prove it is not his child. those are the head low pressures. >>dave: more good news in sports world out of venezuela. kidnapped we washington nationals catcher wilson ramos has been rescued by venezuela security forces after having gunfire, five people were arrested in connection with the abduction. he says he is fine but damaged psychologically, the 24-year-old was rescued in the montes not far from his home where he was taken on wednesday. a happy ending to the up and coming catcher. incredible save by u.s. soccer goalie. nice! in a game against france, he made the best saves you will see on the free kick leaping to the corner, blocks the kick and we give you another look. very nice.
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very nice to hear the happy ending for the washington nationals player and it is not the first time it has happened in venezuela. players need security. many of them bring guns to the ballpark and check them with the clubhouse attendant. >>alisyn: and now, rick? rick: did you get outside this week at all? >>clayton: beautiful. rick: fall finally happened around the northeast. it has been staying so green for so long. and a picture i took in central park a couple of days ago. this you go. absolutely spectacular if everything changed at once. and then the subsequent knocked it off. but it is still looking good. hanging on to paul and fall and the eastern part of the country. a few lake effect snow flurries but that will taper off and the activity is across the west with two storms, one in the pacific northwest and one in the southwest so a stormy couple of
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days. and now, the forecast across the country in the notes shows a beautiful day, feeling like fall and not as windy, with plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the 50's and cool across parts of the southeast and 66 if atlanta, and cool start to the among and warming up and in the planes, above average, 15- to 20-degrees but it will be windy and across the west, the two storms bringing rain to the southern areas and higher elevations seeing gap snow. guys in back to you. >>alisyn: you will want to. >>dave: billed the largest event dedicated to chocolate, the 14th annual chocolate show in new york is underway. >>alisyn: the chef at a restaurant is with us, and you are called the most important guy if chocolate, the mozart of chocolate.
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how do you do it? >>guest: magic. >>dave: are you a sculpture? >>guest: no, never sculpted anything before i started with congress lat. allegation look at these. >>guest: i first did a dragon to get into trying to make this kind of stuff. >>clayton: you started with a simple object. i will go with a dragon. incredible. if i were going to try to skull were chocolate i would get a bunch of bars and moment them and try to chop it up. you work it like a refrigeration room. >>guest: room temperature is fine. >>alisyn: after you make these am i really beginning to bite the ear off of yoda? >> no, no, no, no, no, no, don't! >>alisyn: how long did you
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spend? >>guest: a few hours. i have been working with this over and over. >> don't, don't, don't, don't bite yoda's ear off. >>alisyn: tell us of the interesting sculptures. >>guest: it is about having the right technique account right temperature. this creation is my seven deadly sins. allegation which do you need us to take? >>guest: go for the gluttony. >>alisyn: hand it over. >>dave: you can catch it today and tomorrow here in new york city and your other work will be on display. what your best piece of art? are there larger sculptures? >>guest: the best is if our
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store, downtown manhattan. >>alisyn: which "sin" should clayton eat? >>guest: the yellow. >>alisyn: my gosh, carmel. my gosh. >>dave: they are giving help to our nation's heroes and a foundation will put u.s. veterans back to work. ♪ [ male announcer ] we're not employers or employees. not white collar or blue collar
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>>clayton: the lone hijacker of a turkish ferry has been killed. all hostages are okay. the federal i was raided and shot the republican -- rebel dead. >> starbucks purchased evolution fresh for $30 million, to have new health and wellness stars with juice bars. >>alisyn: unemployment numbers are bleak but the situation is worse for our men and women in uniform, with the jobless rate reaching a staggering 30 percent. a group is hoping to ease the transition from the battlefield to the workforce, retired major sergeant is co-founder of the american freedom foundation holding their first veterans
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hires event today and joins us live from washington. >> good morning. can i have some of that chocolate? >>alisyn: we will save you a piece. so, tell us about crisis level that unmoment is at for our veterans. why is it so much higher? >>guest: well, because a lot of people do not know exactly what the veteran brings to the workforce. they are loyal. dedicated. committed and ready to go to work. we need to built indicate the country. right now there are a million veterans out of work and 260,000 that are out of work that jeeped the military during 9/11 that have gotten out of the service. >>alisyn: so you set to do something about it. and are lie lighting companies who are hiring. nationwide insurance, dow chemical, tracks international,
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njvc, microsoft, washington gas. what makes those companies understand how to do it better? >>guest: this is our first year for doing the job fair and we teamed up with career builders to put it together. so we are sort of working through the process right now but these are the companies that have stepped up and said they are committed to hiring veterans and they will hire veterans today for us, and we will do it as george mason university from 9:00 to 3:00 today. >>alisyn: so if any votes can not make it to george mason university today what should they do? >>guest: well, they should go the american freedom website and check out our website and we will try, we will, in fact, refer you to the people that are running the job fair to career builders to assist and find a job. >>alisyn: a great cause, thank you for bringing it to our attention, i will put out the website on twitter.
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sergeant major, thank you for telling us about it. >>guest: thank you to fox for what you do for our veterans. >>alisyn: thank you and or veterans for your service. >>alisyn: rick perry poking fun at himself. >> number six? >> listen, you try concentrating with romney smiling at you, that is one handsome dude. >>alisyn: account sense of humor help him bounce back? we ask our political panel next. )
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and a friend of kennedy, there when the bus boy kneeled over and he was a great photo essayist and we have other essays including "spanish village," and many others. what is amazing, including hugh hefner, photo shop did not exist, it is only 15 years old, so the images. >>guest: nothing was worked in photo shop. this is hugh hefner hard at work analyzing in this photograph the bunny costumes and making amendments to it. >>alisyn: objects larger than they appear.
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and jayne mansfield? >>guest: and we break the book up into certain sections including the sex of the pictures many of which got us in trouble. in the letters we received. you can imagine mansfield with the dolls in the pool and it is in the dentist's office and little johnny is flipping through it, she will write a letter. today they are fun, and they are nothing like what is out there. it is sweet. >>clayton: and we saw jackie robinson, and, also, there it is. >>guest: and a picture of jackie robinson, the photograph
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captured the dynamism. >>clayton: the magazine sells out overnight? >>guest: overnight at ten cent as copy. hundreds of thousands of charter subscribers trusting that henry luce's photo magazine would be great. it was an american idol thing overnight. and it defined the country, helping the country see what was going in our borders and elsewhere for decades. >>dave: that is incorporated in the book and the book is at all bookstores all overtime country. >>alisyn: protesters in denver try to hit a conservative conference. are they getting too rowdy? i's and some coffee.
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>>alisyn: on saturday, november 12th. a neuterror -- a new terror attack aimed at buses. >> and herman cain says he will not pass up a different position in the white house. we will toll you what that is. >>clayton: a crowd of occupiers gets too crowd difficult in denver pushing police and others trying to occupy a conservative conference. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. >> you are watching "fox & friends" with alisyn and clayton and ... and ... and ... it will
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come to me. >>alisyn: it is that third one that gets you. >>dave: that is a retrieval failure. >>clayton: i thought the top ten list. glad he taped it. letterman tapes at 5:30 not afternoon. 11:30 at night is beyond rick perry's bedtime. >>dave: yes, i went to a bachelor party, a new trend, the dads do it before mom has the baby, like a bachelor party only really knowing your life is about do change. for the better. >>clayton: again. >>dave: and one last night. >>clayton: the fun was you changing diapers. >>alisyn: and you dancing with men. different than a bachelor party. >>alisyn: can't wait to see that. and now the top story, penn state students held a vigil in support of the victims of the
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sex abuse scandal that rocked the university. hundreds attended the tribute days after riots filled the street. last night robe commented for the first time on the scandal. >> good time for to us do some soul-searching every institution, not just penn state about our priorities and making sure we understand that our first priority is protecting our kids. >>alisyn: what will happen today at penn state? >>dave: the big game at 12:00 noon against nebraska and penn state playing for the first time without joe paterno as head coach in 46 years. the last time we were in vietnam, month ago morning was -- martin luther king was having civil rights marches in alabama. that is how long it has been. >>alisyn: and on the side lines is the assistant head coach there, who, of course, says he has received death threats and, so for his safety he is in protective custody. we will bring you updates on the
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story. late friday evening, the white house turned over several e-mails that were subpoenaed by a house panel investigating the solyndra collapse. now a report in the associated press that says white house officials wanted to get rid of energy secretary steven chu as they saw the firestorm growing suggesting he be reassigned to chief scientist and solyndra received $535 million in stimulus cash before going bankrupt this year. a new travel warning this morning, federal officials are eyeing possible attacks on buses, with republican to believe that terrorists could try to detonate bombs on buses both here in the united states and abroad. document seized from osama bin laden's compound outlined a lot to use the buses as weapons, driving them interest buildings or crowds of people. a specific attack reportedly not imminent. >> for get black friday, how
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about block thursday? the top retailers will on to christmas shoppers on thanksgiving. stores like target and macy's and best buy will open at midnight thursday and if that is not early enough walmart says they will open at 10:00 p.m. >> people running with metal carts? >> sears will be closed so lowss employees can spend time with their family. >>dave: how can they do that? was that midnight on thursday morning or thursday night? >>clayton: interest friday morning. >>dave: not as bad. rick: we had tropical storm and it moved over bermuda and the strongest storms ever in
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alaska, the energy has moved into the park northwest and another system is cutting down, and moving south right along the coast line and by tomorrow it will dive across northern mexico and make its way in across areas of the southern plains and, maybe, talking about severe weather by the time we get to the day on monday cross the south. here are the headlines, the storms are targeting the west coast and a line of them, three of them are lined up and we will see unsettled weather there, and blizzard warnings across the colorado and rockies so good news for skiers. a cool morning across the southeast and it will get bitter because the east coast is looking good and a lot of sunshine and nice temperatures at least fall-like temperatures. and now as you wake up, no one looking that bad but for the abnormally cold weather across the soothe, and everyone is clear across the east, but heavy rain this morning, pulling in across southern california and know in the higher elevation
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part of the energy moving across the west and here you go the storm moved in overnight across the pacific will move across the rockies. winter storm warnings in the rockies and blizzards in colorado. so that is for you, dave. >>dave: heck of a ski season. >>clayton: and herman cain still at the top of the polls despite everything that is going on and asked questions about what he would do if, perhaps, he wasn't president, and, perhaps, romney were president. neil cavuto asked this question. would he mind being romney's v.p.? >>guest: despends on a discussion he and i would have prior to making that decision. >>neil: but it is not a given. >>guest: i would look for someone who shares my ideas or they are close enough on the major issues for approaching.
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right now he zone. >>clayton: and there are questions, with he join the cabinet of a particular member who is running right now for the going nomination. >>dave: the position he would be interested in is one many people might be surprised about. could herman cain be the second of defense? here is what he said on the radio. >>guest: that is what i would be excited about to help the general and the commanders on the ground to get what they need. that is, kick the you know what out of even in the world if something breaks identity. >>dave: look, he is criticized for not being up to speed on foreign policy, whether it is china are ubeki-ubeki but he has interesting experience. >>alisyn: he was a civilian contractor with the navy and worked with ballistic missiles. anyone who is running for
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president if you are interested he would like to be against second. if he does not get president he would like to be secretary of defense. and now, what happened yesterday in denver. dave's hometown, where occupy denver protests decided to crash a conserve testify conference, freedom works was getting together a conference, some of our fox news contributeers were there and the occupy denver folks wanted to come in and disrupted it and ended up just being a crazy shouting, chanting match that, really, respond out-of-control. >>clayton: and the reporter is shoved at one point in the middle of talking on his iphone recording that and shoving at the conference back and forth. and this has happened in
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portland. there have been southed associated with the occupy movements and provide lens in oakland, and --. >>dave: a man was killed this week on the fringe of it, after a fight there, and there was an appear in denver, a hand was pushing a cop, so, look, we are getting to a point where they have to say have we accomplished anything? what, again, what are our goals? where do we go great here? you her the president and bodien and pelosi specific out in favor of this movement but you have not heard a lot because we have not seen anything. >>clayton: there are no leaders which is the credit civil. "new york times" talks about this, in leadership in the occupy movement where they have a set of goals they are defined that they can, coming from the top down, a lot of different grievances, of court, a lot of concerns they have but no leadership at the top, pulling together the forces to be effective. >>alisyn: i read a mission statement that they put out and
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what they say in it is they don't want to be defined by the incidents or be defined narrowly by their tack politics but be defined by their message and the movement. and that makes sense. the message of the 99 people, we are the 99 percent, has resonated but it is these things that crop up that, of course, under mine all of that message. so, they are struggling internally, with how to move forward and what to do now. >>dave: they have some leaders, occupy denver arrested a three-year-old border collie. i am not making that up. that is according to the "denver post." we cannot make that stuff up. >>alisyn: and now, a company in michigan, artificial hip company is announced they will have to cut 5 percent of their workforce because of the new fees connected to the health care reform.
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>>dave: you know the new device fee part of obamacare kicks in 2013 and the company that makes artificial hips has to cut a massive portion of the workforce trimming costs by $sun -- 100 million a year, all the device makers are getting hurt by the new legislation. >>clayton: this is a problem and here is a statement from the c.e.o. concern going forward on the innovation front, part of our ongoing focus on quality, innovation and cost and position the company to provide strong, consistent growth if a changing environment. a lot of companies dealing with the changes to the health care law and to what happened internally and how many folks they can hire or have to lay off. >>alisyn: let us know what you thing about that. you can fine us on twitter.
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leadership trying to bounce back from the big debate gaffe. can he k -- get a comeback with voters? >>dave: a new trend for dads to be, dadchelor parties! [ male announcer ] drinking a smoothie with no vegetable nutrition? ♪ [ gong ] strawberry banana! [ male announcer ] for a smoothie with real fruit plus veggie nutrition new v8 v-fusion smoothie. could've had a v8.
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government when i get there that are gone: commerce, education and ... what is the third one, there? the third agency of government ... i would do away with education, the ... commerce ... commerce ... and let's see ... i can't, the third one, i can't. sorry. oops. >>clayton: pain will. so is rick perry texas toast? or can he recover? we have a pollster and a c.e.o. of a strategic research and political strategist. noise to see you. michael, is this part of some sort of larger narrative for rick perry that this was an exclamation or dot at the end of a sentence here for the rick perry campaign, underlining what we thought of his campaign? >>guest: that is his problem, if this happened to ron paul or
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gingrich, we with say he had a brain freeze, a back moment but the problem with perry he keeps doing these things that trip to a narrative that says he is unprepared for the office. >>guest: i don't think this is recoverable. a series of gaffes and the straw that broke the camels back in the age of youtube in the age of social media, it went viral while the debate was still going on. >>clayton: there were "53 seconds," on headline and a link to youtube referring to it as the famous moment from a few years ago where the admiral said, who am i, why am i here? can he recover from this? is it a larger problem, funding, and getting money. we all have britain freezes, right? but it is about the money coming to the campaigns, donors saying i will net put money in his campaign, >>guest: that is how the campaigns show their
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viability. gingrich showed up with more money in one day that he got in the whole in of july and that is how people vote. if rick perry's money dries up he will see that is, really, a statement about the campaign. but the public is really locking deeper, althoughing at principles, the philosophy, the positions of the candidates. the campaign will go on for a long time. people will have a second chance and maybe a third or fourth. >>clayton: and speaking of second and third chance, speaking of newt, second and third chance. he is not raising enough money, but look at the poll this morning from cbs. fascinating poll showing herman cain at the top. romney in second place. and gingrich tied for second place. >>guest: well, again, people are looking at what the candidates are saying. newt has strong debate performances. they are locking at the
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substance and clearly the grown up in the room. trying to figure out how to connect with the american people on issues and ideas. and that is what they want. >>clayton: what do you see in this, mike? is it saying they are still locking for the right candidate? >>guest: a base that support romney and the rest of republicans who are not sure what to vote for. so, the race shows romney slow and steady, who is moving on, hasn't built a base support and the other candidates would have popped up in the polls, they get just any, they blow up, and they disappear. >>clayton: gingrich has resurge abc but can he overcome the baggage? >>guest: length -- excellent point. he has more baggage that paris hilton. while she a great debater, and she a very, very smart man but
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he has done a lot of things and when he has to face the scrutiny he wilt because there is too much baggage. >>clayton: he tried to sure up some of the baggage with the evangelical leaders. stay tuned.
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>>clayton: less than two weeks until the super committee will reveal the debt plan reducing $1.3 trillion over a decade. republicans put $500 billion of new tax revenue on the table but democrats rejected that. did the democrats and president obama set this committee up in a way that some g.o.p. members say will fail? back to our panel. did president obama create a super committee in an effort to see it fail? >>guest: absolutely not. it is not in his political interests for him to have set it up to fail. it was president obama that proposed a $4 trillion grand bargain which included cuts that his base was very upset about and there was employee back over it. the polling showed most americans supported it, a majority, but some on the base were angered. it is not helpful for the president to have continueed gridlock.
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>>clayton: before the trip to hawaii he called, a little record to get this done in the super committee. what do you make of this? is the president setting this up to fail? >>guest: if he really wanted to have a deal that he could agree to he who is been part of this conversation all along. he flings this role for this group saying he wants a balanced approach and he wants a lot of tax increases on the table which the republicans will not agree to and he needed to be part of this conversation all along. not coming in at the 11th hour saying this is what i want. they are working very hard to come to a deal. >>clayton: on the 18th of november the u.s. government will run it of money. on the 19th of november president obama returns from the overseas trip. the 23rd, that is the deadline. are we running out of town?
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>>guest: this is watching the nba, nothing good happens until the 4th quarter so we would not expect a deal to happen. everything that is meant to happen will happen in the next couple of weeks and the republicans have taken an important step in proposing something that increases revenue and it will put obama on the defensive and if he tries to run against a do nothing congress and make this fail it will hurt him. >>guest: well, as far as the president is concerned, the president has been very much upfront about what he won. he laid out. people say he hasn't laid anything out but he put it on people and people said we dope want to do it so the notion he has not taken leadership role the staff is very were involved and the reason he is out of town is because there is an economic conference and what is happening in europe affects us here so he needs to be part of that conversation. >>clayton: grace, final word. >> the super committee i hope
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surprises us all. they need to for the financial markets come up with $1.3 trillion deal. republicans are saying if we can do that as a step toward major tax reform that gets our economy moving that is great. if we can tackle entitled in, rather entitlements that is a serious effort. they want to come to a deal and they have the dead lens. >>clayton: or will it be a joke like gingrich theys it might? coming up a fiery helicopter crash kills top officials and towns deadly. what authorities say may have caused it to go down. [ male announcer ] where's your road to happiness?
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>> a poll shows 45 percent of republicans believe romney is the nominee. that rises to 46 percent if you count rick perry's who admitted
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romney be the nominee. >>alisyn: they are having a fold day on late night tv. >>clayton: can't wait to see "saturday night like," but you don't even need characters playing that. >>alisyn: and the rest of the headlines, including this disturbing story. police in seattle fearing the worst in the case of a missing 2-year-old boy. ey believe sky could be dead. this as the senator for the today her stretches into the sixth day. the boy's father is not giving up hope and will hand out more flyers this morning. >> my hope is he is coming back and that is where i fine my strene that he will come back. >>alisyn: the mother says her son was snatched from the s.u.v. when she left to get gas and is refusing to cooperate. new video from mexico, a fiery helicopter crash leaving eight
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dead including a top official, a cabinet secretary who considered second in command to the president calderon and a key figure in the fight against drug cartel. he and several other staff members were reportedly traveling to a meeting when the helicopter went down not mountains outside of mexico city. officials say bad visibility was likely to blame. >> and silvio berlusconi political era could be ending today. he is expected to resign later this morning. this after parliament passes reforms aimed at bringing italy back from the brink of economic crisis. as a result, strongs surged with the dow jones industrial average jumped back above 12,000. form european commissioner is expected to succeed berlusconi. those are the headlines. >>dave: good sports news on saturday morning. out of venezuela veteran. kidnapped washington nationals catcher ramos has been rescued by venezuela veteran security forces after heavy gunfire, five
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people remain arrested in connection with the abduction. ramos told reporters he is fine physically but damaged psychologically. the 24-year-old was rescued in the mountains not far from his home where the gunmen took him on wednesday. >> when a college best game in november is trending on twitter, in three different regards you know there is something special. it was everything surrounding this game. the president of the united states. and aircraft carrier. and 4,000 troops. this was abort the uss carl vinson. here is the president. >> i can tell you that every day when i interact with our military, each day when i interact with the men and women in uniform, i could not be prouder to be an american. >>dave: the ship that dumped bin laden's body at sea. how they converted the carrier to a basketball court on the flight deck, all north carolina.
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north carolina had a 20-point lead and they would win 67-55 and beans led the way with 17 points, a very special evening, quite a sight. i hope they do this every year. >>clayton: why not put all march madness games on the ship. >>dave: in ceiling affects the game. >>clayton: could they put a football game on there. >>dave: yes. yes. >>alisyn: and a new trend, we wanted to spend dave to a daddy version of a bachelor party conjuring certain images of the fun he would be having. >>dave: i was thinking beers, cigars, and the clubs you may go to but "dadchelor" parties is
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not what i expected. >> i am ready to party! >> wait, wait, wait, wait. >> "dadchelor" party. okay, what not world is a "dadchelor" party? >> "dadchelor" parties where men who are on the brink of manhood, parenthood go identity and have one last night of freedom, party up with the boys before becoming a parent. >>dave: diaper keg? baby bottle beer drinking contest? >> they fill the 12 ouncers with a beer and how fast, who can drink it fastest. this beer is our daddy lounge, you can see everyone is playing games, hanging out. you are dressed more live a
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batch her party not like a "dadchelor" party. you look beautiful but you need some daddy scrubs like for the hospital room. dave different as in a "dadchelor" party tonight. are you in? >>guest: unfortunately i have to get home to my wife. >>dave: have you heard of a "dadchelor" party? >>guest: i'm in. >>dave: we have found our crew, the dap lore party is ready to begin. no one here is a dad, though, right? >>guest: dad to be. >> dad to be. >>dave: i have two kids so i should have the advantage but i am a little rusty.
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>> three, one, one. >> a champion here tonight. >> do you mine? i'm a little tired. go on.
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yeah, this "dadchelor" party business is all right. >>alisyn: horrible. kicking the pregnant woman out of her chair. >>alisyn: that locked intense. >>dave: it is fun but there is more trenching and things of that nature that happen at a typical "dadchelor" party but this was different. i have a little baby, it is football season, we can have, we are both expecting so we need a legitimate "dadchelor" party. >>alisyn: you are hardly showing. >>clayton: we are leaning on you. >>alisyn: all sorts diapering contests and yes, i can organize that. >>clayton: we will lean on rick and he can handle the alcohol. rick: nothing about that party that made me want to have children. >>dave: i will not lie i had a great time.
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i thank big city moms and the "bump," for hosting this. rick: these are the rage now, these parties, honestly? >>clayton: good birth control. >>dave: you are coming to the damp all right party. rick: well i know there will be booze and bloodymary. and a record low in florida, very cold air but sunny, and a very clear day across the northeast and the eastern great lakes, that snow will be done, and the activity is out across the west with did storms, one in the pacific northwest moving into northern rockies and another across southern california. look at the forecast today, across the notes, nice day.
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sunny skies. temperatures in the 50's. getting to 61 in washington, dc. and in the society, another nice day but cool. warm in areas across next. bad to you. >>dave: i gave clay done my hat and he is ready. >> lots of babes there. >> coming up, parents, check this out to avoid chicken pox they are giving kids lollipops infected with the virus. is this safe? we answer your questions next. [ male announcer ] drinking a smoothie with no vegetable nutrition?
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>>clayton: quick headlines. the u.n. security council has stalled the bid for palestinian statehood? divisions among the council including a veto threat of the united states makes the application certain to fail. and kris humphries get as divorce attorney. using the minnesota lawyer to end the marriage with kim kardashian. the divorce could be final in six months. so be clear the divorce will last longer than the marriage. allegation thank you for spelling that out. some parents, a crazy story, these parents are skipping the chicken pox vaccine for their kids and supposing them to infected lollipops. is this a good idea? >>dave: we will ask a member of our fox news medical "a" team
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good morning, doctor. bring up a couple of problems with the lollipops, it is against federal law to send the advisor russs cross state border but it is not effective. >>guest: the parents that advocate this, they are trying to say if you get this through the lollipops, the natural way the imhuge system, building up, is stronger than the vaccine that does not make sense. this is bad medicine. bad practice. the safety of the vaccinations, they are safe. the side effects are minimum, and no danger of getting the vaccination is you are right, do not do this. and you do not get this orally but through breathing, through calf drops so to put your kids at this kind of risk is russian roulette. it is a mistake.
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>>alisyn: i don't get it, why would you want your kid to be out of school for chicken pox which lasted ten days? why do that? >>guest: the concern is if you dope get chicken pox it can cause shingles and it is worse and the chicken pox not older population is worse than the chicken pox in kids. but it does not make sense because vaccination is safe, the side effects are minimum, you could have fever or redness at the injection site so don't do it. and it is illegal. and federal cream and -- crime and you can get strep throat, and you can get other deadly disease from the loply opinion so you can insoviet your -- infect your kids with other things. >>dave: and not a good situation for rich when he could
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not recall the third government agency he would do away, a brain freeze. but this is a medical explanation. >>guest: when we talk about brain it is fascinating organ. it is almost lick a computer chip. you see the computer freeze sometimes and it is frustrating. for the information to go through the members there needs to be a great flow. when there is a disconnect, the brain freezes and that is what we saw. you need three things to function: to store the information. you have to retape it. and last, ... it is ... you have to recall it. that is what happened. if there is unfamiliar information to him, this is something new, he has not stored well, he may not be able to get it down. if you do not repeat it, you will not retain it. that is for getting. and it happens to all of us. and recall is beginning back. now, memory is interesting because as you know, we can take
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care of short term memory in the front of the grain plus or minus two items. they things, a lot of this issue that he has, has to do with stress, lack of sleep and that can shut down that part of the brain which is short-term memory and you freeze. >>alisyn: we can relate. it happens to us. we wish our brains stored more. >>guest: but there is nothing wrong with the britain. it is functional. it happened to all of us. >>alisyn: doctor, thank you for coming in. >>dave: another friday night document dutch by the white house and what it it reveals about solyndra. [ male announcer ] just how many appliances
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>>alisyn: the snow, sleet and freezing temperatures made a football game far from ideal but a few suited up with a special out come. halfway through, a 12-year-old, collapsed and was unable to move and he was rushed to the hospital. he was later diagnosed with hypothermia and first level property bite. he and his mother join us live from philadelphia. good morning to both of you. we will talk about what happened during the game. this is the day of the freak snow storm that halloween weekend snowstorm on the east coast. james, what happened? you much cold during the snow storm. when did you realize that something bass wad happening physically?
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>>guest: it was during the beginning of the third quarter. my body started burning and my fingers were tingling. >>alisyn: you turned blue, you started shaking uncontrollably. then what? >> then my coach took me off the field and my mom took me to the hospital. >>alisyn: he was not the only one to suffer frostbite, a dozen kids that day would suffered. why wasn't the game canceled when this happened? >> well, that's what we want to know. the team was told the children had to play or forfeit. >>alisyn: we have a statement from the league president who challenges that. let me read it. he says dug the game i rely on officials to make the call and i never told them they had to play or forfeit but you say that is what the coaches and the
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officials told you. >> absolutely. in fact, we, we have an e-mail from that person, i am familiar with that quote, what experted his decision and the e-mail so, it's a contradiction, the quote he gave you versus the e-mail with support of the decision and he said in the e-mail that he was under the impression that the kids would have had to forfeit the game. >>alisyn: as his mom, although the game could have been for fitted did you consider keeping him out on pulling him out? >>guest: you know, looking back, probably as a parent, i or other parents should have stepped in ahead time. when it gets to the point where a parent has to step in, something has gone wrong. we trust that officials will
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make safety calls and prevent parents from having to step in those situations. there should be policies in place to reveteran these things. >>alisyn: james how are you feeling now? back to normal? >>guest: yes, everything but my fingers. >>alisyn: how do they feel? >>guest: they feel like pins and needles. >>alisyn: my goodness. we hope you rebegin the feeling and this is a cautionary lesson for officials and parents because obviously the winter season is coming up. thank you both for coming to share your personal story. >>guest: thank you. >>alisyn: she has been missing for a month and still in clue as to where baby lisa is. police are now officially calling her parents suspects but their attorney is telling the media something about the case. [ male announcer ] what if you have potatoes?
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lugging around a hot water extraction unit can be a rush! that's why i'm carpet for life. but if things get out hand, there's no shame in calling us. ♪call 1-800-steemer. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, on saturday, november 12. half a billion of your tax dollars washed down the drain but the white house could be paying a personal price with another friday night document dump. >>dave: herman cain not ruling out a role inside the white house if he does not weapon the nomination. what other jobs might he want? >>clayton: supposed to be the government's green dream machine but slow sales are not the only problem for the volt with a safety concern this morning. fire hazard. "fox & friends" hour throw -- hour three starts right now.
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>> dave refuses to do the show without his red solo cup. >>dave: "red solo cup." ♪ let's have a party ♪ let's have a party ♪ i love my red solo cup >>clayton: we have a lot of great guests including talk on new poll results which could have you shocked. >>alisyn: a crazy week. we have a lot of news including the breaking news because officials are confirming 15 people have died in a giant explosion at a military base in iran. the blast occurred inside a weapons arsenal and the explosion comes days after the u.n. international atomic agency claimed the country is building nuclear weapons. yesterday, secretary of state,
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hillary clinton warned iranian leaders they must respond to that report. israeli officials dressed the allegations hinting at possible military action. penn state is in the news. the students held a vigil in support of the alleged victims of the sex abuse scandal. hundreds attended the tribute days after riots filled the streets. president obama commented for the first time on the scandal. >> it is a god time to do soul-searching every institution, about what our priorities are and making sure we understand that our first priority is protecting our kids. >>alisyn: today is a big day at penn state, the february team will take the field without fired head coach joe paterno. the knit any lions are playing host to nebraska at 12:00 noon and also, also not on the side
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lines is the assistant coach who has been placed on administration leave and in protective custody following death threats that he has received. half a dozen advertisers have pulled their commercial from the game because in 2002, the coach found sandusky allegedly sexually abusing a young boy in a shower and he did not step the act but told paterno and now sandusky is accused of molesting eight. a bizarre twist in baby lisa, with claims refuted that parents are call "suspect," the opposite of what an attorney for the couple said yesterday. (inaudible). >> they said we were suspects. >> what have they said? >> what you said. and debbie, in particular. >> can you explain? >> i'm not at liberty to get
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into that. >>alisyn: her parents reported her missing five weeks ago and yesterday was her first birthday. >>alisyn: and air force one down in honolulu arriving in hawaii, the president and the first lady and will press leaders for progress on a trans pacific free trade agreement. the reminder of the trip will take him to australia and indonesia. those are the headlines. >> and now rick and the forecast. rick: beautiful morning in tampa and another one today and this is beautiful sunrise here in tampa. very nice in and another cool morning in the mid-50's. send me your pictures so we can show you all the fall pictures, we have another week or two. florida is around five- to ten-degrees below where you should be. in the central plains you will
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be around 25 degrees above where you usually are. so temperatures into the 60's across the dakotas. the east is very dry. the activity is with two systems bringing rain and snow. rain is moving to san diego. and separate system moving into the pacific northwest and the northern rockies and that comes together tonight in the rockies and tonight a big blizzard across areas of the colorado rockies with over a foot of snow and wind. >>clayton: another friday document dump with more e-mails over the solyndra subpoena. >>dave: a top political official was in general -- jeopardy of losing his job. >>reporter: 18 officials had an e-mail from the chief of
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staff then with criticism of the energy sent saying he should be reassigned as the chief scientist to reenexpire and reorganize the laboratory there, the opinion of a former issues advisor to the campaign. not part of the administration. but he decided to share his opinion, anyway, with his colleagues including this part. "this is a huge job and he would be perfect for it, secretary chu is brilliant but not perfect for the other critical doe mission deploying existing technologies at scale and creating jobs." this advisor writes that whoever the secretary of energy is neds to be more outgoing and comfortable meeting with bangers and he was aware rebound would not demote or foyer him because it would look like there was big public failure and he confirmed that sentiment saying this was never a serious thought of getting rid of sent but he circulated the e-mail with his criticism because he wanted to get fed back about the other
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ideas contained in the message of the administration's energy policy. that is the white house explanation. now, house republicans who subpoenaed the department of energy-related documents say yesterday's dutch is a start but they want more. this is what they want. >> in 2009 we got documents from the department of energy where some in the department predicted in 2009 that solyndra would go bankrupt by september of 2011 if they approve the loan and that is what happened. so why weren't the signs followed? >> an aide told fox when it comes to solyndra related documents there are more in the system and the energy committee in the house of representatives wants to see everything. and secretary chu is set to testify before the subcommittee on oversight and investigation this thursday. >>alisyn: thank you. and now politics. obviously, herman cain has had a rough two weeks but it hasn't
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affect the his fund raiding or his poll standing. yet. so, he had an interview yesterday with neil cavuto who said, say you don't become president. would you be willing to be vice president? and cain said "yes," but only for the right person. i would have to go out and be a sales person for their policies. so i have to believe in them. >>dave: he does share some policy positions with gingrich but how about the front runner? would he be his vice president? here is herman cain's answer. >> it would depend upon discussion that he and i would have prior to making that decision. >>neil: but not a given. >> i would look for someone who shares my ideas or they are close enough on the major issues in terms of approaching. >>neil: he doesn't? >> he doesn't. >>clayton: you said the front runner, romney, and people are
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saying the frontrunner romney in money and fundraising but the poll you referred to herman cain is on top. >>alisyn: the cbs poll. >>clayton: it is gasnating, people label romney the frontrunner. >>dave: the "wall street journal" had a poll, who do you think will be the nominee? only republicans, 45 percent said romney and only 13 percent said herman cain, to me, that's frontrunner. >>alisyn: when you ask just republican voters. and he was also asked on the radio show, herman cain, is there another position you might want in the administration, a cabinet post. and he said yes, one in particular. >> that would be one i could be excited about, to help the generals on the ground to get what they node to do what they do best. and that is kick the you know what out of everyone in the world if something breaks out.
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>>clayton: secretary of defense. that would be interesting. he has worked with ballistic missiles with the navy but there is criticism of his lack of foreign policy knowledge but he is a quick learner. it will be interesting to sigh because there is a big debate in south carolina tonight. can rick perry buns back from wednesday night? can herman cain ride the wave of being the poll frontrunner. >>dave: the 90 minute debate is entirely focused on national security and foreign policy, how well will herman cain hold up in and romney? that is not his strength it could be another opportunity for gingrich because lord knows he has a lot extensive knowledge. >>alisyn: and how will rick perry do, more off the cuff? knox memorize, and gingrich suggested just have town meetings, it would be so
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perfect. >>clayton: spend time face-to-face. in south carolina, how important is the state? >>alisyn: very important. very important. coming up, federal officials now issuing a new terror warning today, for a popular form of public transportation. >>dave: polls show herman cain still able. and gingrich surging. is the g.o.p. race for 2012 up for grabs?
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>>dave: gingrich now tied for second place with romney in a
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new cbs poll putting herman cain in the lead. is the 2012 g.o.p. nomination still up for grabs? and pollster and president of rasmussen reports joins us. scott, getting beyond romney, staying around 22 percent or 23 percent and gingrich, the surprise here, rising, but there are two problems. he doesn't have a lot money and opponents have not started the opposition research. what do you make of his rise? is it permanent? >> this is still a race between romney and i'm not mit romney and gingrich is the latest to audition for that role. money will not be his problem, but, the second part you mention if people attack his record and challenge some of the baggage he carries that could have an impact and it is significant that two out of three republican primary voters have not made up
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their mine. and, also, herman cain is still at the top. not only nationally but in florida and south carolina after the allegations. >>dave: that is very interesting. a "wall street journal" poll asks who do you think is the likely nominee for the republicans and voters say romney overwhelmingly: 45-13 percent for herman cain. but the polls show him right there at the top. has he turned the page from the scandal? >> well, cot is right, it is mit romney and not mitt romney and right now not mitt romney is getting 75 percent of vote and i add that 25 percent want romney and 45 percent think he will be the nominee sew there is a quarter than the want him and close to half think he will be the nominee, and there is a deficit gap in support. so that works to his advantage but you need votes to win a nomination, not polls.
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>>dave: scott, to herman cain, now, 30 percent of republican voters say they are less likely to vote for him because of the scandal. his support among women has fallen 13 percent in a month. has he survived the scandal? has he turned the page? >> it has hurt his poll numbers. he went from down 5 in a matchup against president obama, to down 11 over the course a couple of weeks. so there has been some impact. but, most voters overwhelmingly are saying we are not sure what to make of the allegations. we will see what else comes out. herman cain is still on top of the polls and he has a chance to turn it around but he has not finished it yet. >>dave: it looks like rick perry's fall helped out gingrich and in this poll it shows that the unfavorables for rick perry not so good, 25 percent. any chance, doug, he can come
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back? how big does he have to perform in the debate tonight? >>guest: well, he will be spending a lot of money in iowa, south carolina, on television commercials. and that's an effort to try to blunt the impact of his disasterous debate appearance last week. he will have to do extremely well tonight. and change the narrative but at this point given the high unfavorability and the poll numbers are single digits i am not optimistic. >>dave: is he done? >> you never want to say someone is done but a single vote but it is difficult to see a path for require and the only hope is he can pick the i'm not romney candidate if the others falter and right now, no matter who we were what up in a two man race against romney, it's dead even between romney and cain.
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or romney and gingrich, the numbers consistently even in the mapup. and rick perry has to hope to find a way to get back in but like doug i'm not optimistic. >>dave: interesting times, thank you both. still ahead, national adoption awareness month and there is a new we to connect babies and parents to be, faster than ever before. [ male announcer ] drinking a smoothie with no vegetable nutrition?
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>>clayton: the death toll rising from turkey's devastating 5.7 earthquake and 36 people are dead, two deadly quakes the last two weeks have killed 640 people. thousands are homeless. federal regulators are probing whether batteries could be responsible for a volt that caught fire three weeks after an citizen, when the electric car was parked at a federal testing center. they want g.m. and ford to check the batteries from fire risk. >>alisyn: parents, looking to build family you need to hear this segment. each year, 25,000 babies are put up for adoption in the united states but many parents have to wait years to fine a baby.
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new, new technology is trying to change that and letting parents bring home babies sooner. and the founder and president of parent match, and her sister, both moms, and adoptive parents. great to have you. i want to start with your story, you and your husband were eager to build a family and you were looking to adopt. when you got interest this process how long were you told you would have to wait? >> years. it could be any amount of time. and the process was frustrating and long. >>alisyn: and emotionally drinking, by the time you are looking into adoption you are ready. you were watching your sister go through this process of adopting and you thought it has to be easier. >> what happened we found, i found influence word of mouth a baby in people bam and she had signed up with two adoption
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ages. >>alisyn: you called an adoption agency and you found out something incredible, there are babies waiting to be adopted. >> there were babies there, she signed up with two agencies and neither knew of the babies available. >>alisyn: why? >> there is no nation-wide network. >>alisyn: how does it work? you are connecting agencies so they can speak to each other? one nationwide network of amendments so, now, the agency in connecticut would has families waiting to adopt, can find out about the age in dallas and they have a mother who is making an adoption plan for her child before the agency were not connecting. they did not have the capacity to do that. we put them on the same page so they can do that. parents need to make sure the adoption answers are signed up. >>alisyn: it is incredible to this day and agency agencies were never interconnected and some were using phones or fax and it is old school.
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>> they lick to focus on personal relationships with other agencies but this gives parents peace of mind their adoption happies are doing everything they can, easing the wait for parents and shortening the wait. babies are available. we wanted to spell the meth there are in babies and it takes years. >>alisyn: your story so gasnating because because of your sister you fund this adoption agency that had babies waiting in alabama and you adopted a baby. can then what happened? >> we were watched the same day and we went down to adopt our baby girl, and only go months later we were matched with our second child, our baby boy. >>alisyn: when it rains it pours. >> we cannot be happier, and because of my sister who found out about the agency and i am happy she can help so many other waiting parents. they are frustrated. now we are here to help.
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>> for parents who have been in the process to adopt, what should they do? >> log on to parentmatch.com and make sure your agency is connected but it is important to make sure your agency is connected to parentmatch.com. >>alisyn: thank you for coming in and palestinianing and for creating this technology. great work. just ahead a test that could be a life saver but not without controversy. [ male announcer ] in blind taste tests, even ragu uss chose prego.
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dough filled with the best filling ever tasted. >>dave: a gluten-free person's note mayor. >>clayton: we could not have our meeting because we were nonstop over these. >>alisyn: they are all good, 20 flavors. >>clayton: we try to bring you the new inventions, new stories, and i like a new invention in desserts. >>dave: bombolonis.com for more information and you can get them in new york and online. >>alisyn: the producers want me to do headlines right now. do they have in priorities? for them i will do it. and now a fox news alert, a new travel warning this morning. federal officials are eyeing possible attacks on buses.
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the specific attack did not appear imminent there is reason to believe terrorist could try to detonate bombs on buses here in the united states and abroad. the warping is difficulties before the busiest travel weeks of the year. we will keep you posted. and the case of a missing washington state boy is taking a grim turn. police believe he could be dead as the seven for the 2-year-old stretches into the 6th day. the boy's father is not giving up hope and will hand out more flyers this morning. >> my hope is he is coming back and that is why i find my strength. >>alisyn: the mother says her son was snatched from the s.u.v. on sunday after she left to get gas and refusing to cooperate with miss. >> good news from venezuela veteran. kidnapped washington nationals catcher has been rescued by the
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venezuela veteran security forces after heavy gunfire five people were arrested in connection with the abduction. ramos told reporters he is fine physically. he was rescued in the mountains not far from the home where gunmen took him on wednesday. they served honorably in iraq for six months and on veterans day the airmen arrived in phoenix welcomed by appeal and friends. >> incredibly proud of them. and it is the first day as a veteran. and could not be a better day on veterans day to welcome your son home. >>alisyn: the last to fly out of the airbase and it took an entire week to get home. >> those the headlines. >>clayton: rick is out in the cold. rick: people gathering around out here and if they dress well enough, in a costume they put them to bork. why are you here in town?
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>>guest: 60th birthday. rick: you are the 60th birthday? >> and proud of it. >> hi, baba. rick: cold down across the southeast and very cold morning at 23 this morning in tallahassee, florida, ten degrees colder than in parts of maine. and feeling like fall, and pictures from mississippi, beautiful area and you think fall in the northeast but you get fall in the southeast, as well, so thank you, mark, from mississippi. and new the forecast today: very nice day across the northeast. and we have plenty of sunshine, and clear skies and temperatures in the 50's and low 60's and across the southeast, a cool one, into the southeast, and temperatures are below average and warming up the next couple of days and warm across texas and warm into the northern palestinians for you right new,
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getting to 57 in fargo and pushing 60 in minneapolis. in the west, a lot of snow moving across the rockies. blizzard warnings in colorado, and cool down into southern california, and a little bit of rain in southern california, today, and temperatures at 67 degrees. guys? dave? with home depot? >>dave: i am. we will show you a classic movie scene i know you remember. check this out. >>dave: decorating the house
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does not have to be the nightmare of chevy chase, does it? >>guest: he is not a home depot customer. >>dave: you have us all covered. an annual tradition for dads like myself. is it time? >>guest: a lot of folks can not wait for the season. we not quite there but regardless whether you are ready to purchase or just starting to think of what you might like to purchase we have all kinds of ideas. >>dave: we are joined by friends. >>guest: we have inflatables, this is new. the kids love this. we have santa and his elves over here. and frosty. everyone losts forecasty. the fresh snow fall. they are light, and you just
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plug them in. we hard a hard time attaching them because we are on cement but we made it work. they come with stakes and strings to attach so they do not blow away. they are beautiful. they help set the stage. kids love 'em. this is a great thing for the kids to help with. you decorate the house. these are great wreaths and they are lighted. martha stewart has some electric and some battery operated. >>dave: there is a battery option. and these are beautiful. here team put a lot of work in the design and they are gorgeous. they last season after season after season. artificial. a lot of season, they are beautiful. >>dave: they look real. >>guest: it is frozing so we will go into the house and remain what up and meet you over there. watch your step.
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wipe your feet. lots of snow. >>dave: decorating the tree. >> they are celebrating the 30th birthday, a typo on her shirt, it says "60," but it is really 30. and we will talk about trees and lights. a lot of tree options. this is the 7.5' pine, prelit, and like the wreaths they have had a lot of berryies and are prelit. >>dave: save you time and frustration. >> constant "on" technology so in the past if you missed a light, one messes up, it will still work, they don't all go out. so that is nice. and another option, less expense
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i, so as you shape the tree it is full. they will last forever if you take care them. different deaf you have real wreaths and real tremendouses as well? >>guest: absolutely. lighting options. a lot of l.e.d. technology which is great because it takes so much less energy. we have talked about that. you will save a lost time and energy but because they don't take a lost energy you can cover a much larger area. check this out, from g.e., a remote control so you can operate from inside the house and a lot different lighting, 14 different settings, so a lot of different, speed them up, change the color, they are beautiful, from martha stewart, they are blue and beautiful and attach a lot of them and make a nice statement. inside and outside. >>dave: that would have helps
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in the christmas movie. and these can be purchased at home depot, my friends. >>alisyn: time to shop. >>clayton: california mayor skips honoring america's veterans to join occupy wall street. is this a slap in the face to our nation's heroes? allegation thousands of reason to stay at your job, with a company offering $50,000 bonus to keep workers happy. we are talking to the company owner. [ male announcer ] how are we going to make this season better than the last? how about making it brighter. more colorful. ♪ and putting all our helpers to work? so we can build on our favorite traditions by adding a few new ones. we've all got garlands and budgets to stretch.
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next year, two years after they have been with the company and this way it gives them something to lock forward to along their regular raises and bonuses. >>clayton: a way to keep the brain drain we hear from companies? we hear people leaving google to go to facebook after a year, something like that? >> part of that and an employee that is not thinking about what the next job or place to work, if they not doing that at work they are more productive doing their job. >>clayton: how do you fend off laziness? this is a concern with unions and tenure issues because saying stick it out, go to work, get the tenure and you do not work much. >>guest: we have a big stick. just kidding. >> it adds, provided the
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incentive of feeling you are invested in the company and you will benefit from the growth and success of the company and it has add more incentive to do a great job even more than just collecting a check every two weeks. you are more invested in the company. >>clayton: how can you afford this? you have to understand what our company does, what we do is, we are not the normal consulting form that goes into the company and section, okay, this is what you are doing wrong. we come in on the company side and we will say what the vendors are doing wrong, the phone company, trash company, landlord and see if you have been overcharged or we can save you money. we are only compensated if we successful and we sure in the savings over a long period of time since we invested all the time and capital to do the project so that is how we can
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afford and know that five years out we have the money in the budget to pay our employees because of the relationships we have with our clients and the long term agreement. not every company would be able to offer this program just based on the way the revenues come in. >>clayton: i am thinking of the money, if you knew it was coming, you wonder what you will do with it. are you counting the days? >> i was thinking of starting something at work for everyone, a countdown going, but, i have been asked what would i do with it, and there are a lot of fun things i would want to do but my wife and i are spenting our first child if april so it is going straight to college fund. >>clayton: congratulations, if you see other companies wondering if they hud do -- should do this, what is your advice? >>guest: i recommend it but make sure you know you can make i five years from now, so we are in a situation where we know what our revenues will be in
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>>dave: the mayor of richmond, california, going through with the decision to skip veterans day events to attend an occupy wall street rally in oakland. >> we are joined by host of fox news and commentary. this quite frankly, this decision by the mayor sounds like an unnecessary dilemma. couldn't she have done both? gone to a veterans day event and --. >>dave: they are at the exact same time. >>guest: the veterans day even was scheduled first and this mayor, the mayor of richmond, california, near oak land had a choice: spend her day with the god foreking red flooded
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patriotic military troops, the veterans, or she could spend the day with the basically diseased occupier whose have been bushing the parks into southeast polls. >>alisyn: and do not paint everyone with that brush, but she aligns herself with their values, occupy values more than the veterans. >>guest: well, yes and no. she is a progressive with a history stirring up controversy in the community and a history of not necessarily supporting the troops but being more antiwar, so, she supports troops dave here is her statement: we should show respect, a way to show respect is to promote values that veterans fought for and some of them died for, namely values like liberty, justice, equality, and fairness for all and not just for the 1 percent, no one should be left
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behind. probably a fair point and now the flip side. the occupy group, anyone knows the google search, 11:00 on 11:11 is when we honor the veterans why did they choose to have this event at the same time the nation alwayses honored our veterans. >>guest: the mayor was asked about that and in an e-mail to a local newspaper she said that this was, really, not her decision and she did not handle her scheduling but the person what handles the scheduling is her husband, so, that doesn't wash. >>alisyn: she hurt the feelings of many veterans and they were not happy with this including a gold star father who lost his son in iraq. he was on "fox & friends" yesterday and he talked about the mayor of richmond. listen. >> it is unfortunate and disrespectful to the veterans who have served our country for
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decades. this is, this is the when day of the year we are asked to honor and remember the services that the service of our certains would have actually fought for the freedoms to allow the people to express their freedom of speech. >>alisyn: has she responded? >>guest: they had a choice here. not only did she not attend she invited the public to come to the occupy richmond, even, so, that, really, insulted some of the organizers of the local veterans day memorial that she would say forget the veterans come to occupy even. >>dave: appreciate it. and it is all in the numbers and gingrich is surging and herman cain proves he has staying power [ male announcer ] drinking a smoothie with no vegetable nutrition?
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starts right now. ♪ >> all right. good morning, folks. coming up in just a few minutes, the rnc chair is going to break down the crazy g.o.p. field. who is the true front runner. >> every day it changes. >> dave: and does the super committee have any chance of working out a deal. they need one on paper by the 21st, a done deal by the 23rd. >> alisyn: and the triggers-- >> and the defense department, 500 billion dollars. >> clayton: if you look at the poll, herman cain atop most of the polls interestingly, but in head to head polls we'll talk about this coming up, the polls seem to say or suggest even the g.o.p. candidates, whoever they are, up against president obama in most states right now, don't fare too well, it's a head to head, interesting battle although herman cain atop the latest cbs news poll. tonight a big debate in south
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carolina, can you sustain the lead? >> yesterday he had an interesting interview with neil cavuto on the fox news channel and neil cavuto asked him, okay, if let's just say you don't win the nomination, would you ever consider being vice-president? and herman cain said, yes, actually i would, but it would have to be for the right person because i would have to be their spokesperson antrum pet their policies, so then neil asked, well, what about for mitt romney? here is the response. >> it would depend upon a discussion na he and i would have prior to making that decision. >> but it's not a given. >> not a given. >> i would be looking for someone someone who shares my ideas or they're close enough on the major issues in terms of how we're supposed to approach-- >> right now he doesn't. >> right now he doesn't. >> of course when you look at a vp selection you have to look at someone who shores up one of your weaknesses or delivers a constituency you
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cannot deliver. with all due respect, i'm not sure at that herman cain would fit that role for romney, what would he deliver. >> clayton: georgia, maybe. >> dave: that's not going to do it. aren't you going to need florida and hispanics and i'm talking about marco rubio. >> alisyn: i got that. >> clayton: and some who say that's not why i'm going after this. president obama or then senator obama choosing vice-president biden of delaware. what did that do. >> dave: working collar folks in pennsylvania, perhaps. >> clayton: perhaps, i don't know how much it helped him, maybe more the ward leaders. >> alisyn: and that's their strength, their strength, as private sector businessmen. >> mitt romney needs help in the south, right? he certainly probably would need help in south carolina and georgia way, and meanwhile, this is all-- still get the nomination. >> let's be clear. >> dave: herman cain could still be the nominee. >> clayton: when you ask the hypothetical questions and not afraid to shy away on the
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michael savage radio show, is there a cabinet position you would welcome? and he chose one, take a listen. >> that would be the one i could be excited about. to help the general and men on the ground to do what they do best and that's kick the you know what out of everybody in the world if something breaks out in other places in the world. >> clayton: secretary of defense, he's open to it. >> dave: look, we've got to acknowledge the fact that he's had sop slip-ups in regard to china being, having nuclear weapons and slip-ups with foreign policy and tonight the big debate on foreign policy, on national security. he has an opportunity to shore up that weakness. >> alisyn: it's not for secretary of state, he wants to do it, secretary of defense because he wants to kick people's butts. that's what he said, his motivation. >> secretary of defense. >> alisyn: that's how i read his explanation. meanwhile, let's talk about some of the occupy wall street protests. there was one in denver that got heated this weekend,
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yesterday. and occupy denver folks invaded, basically, a conservative conference. >> dave: and i believe, it was a conservative blogger conference there in denver. >> alisyn: so ne, basically, it deinvolved into lots of shouting at each other and chanting and some people that you know from our show, for instance, steven crowder, was there, and michelle malcolm, i think, was there. and here is a moment where they were pushing and threatening crowder, let's listen. [crowd yelling] >> okay, so they're saying whoopee pie, whoopee pie, i like spaghetti. >> dave: i'm not sure if that's the goal in mind. >> clayton: spaghetti is delicious. >> dave: only one major arrest
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there and one occupier pushing and shoving a cop. he was arrested. the narrative, are they accomplishing, turning a corner, are they accomplishing things through peaceful means and right now the answer is no. there was a death outside the occupy oakland encampment the and police there ordered them to leave the city hall plaza, wherever they've been there in oakland. >> clayton: and also, portland, the occupiers have to leave there by 3 a.m. >> alisyn: tonight. >> clayton: tonight. >> alisyn: well, hold on here, wait a minute, by midnight their time. so portland, oregon, the occupiers have a deadline of midnight tonight to leave or the police say that they're going to move in because the mayor says that they've become concerned about security and about sanitation. >> clayton: let us know what you think about it, friends@foxnews.com and we can occupy every hamlet across the country. >> alisyn: and that's worrisome because the police are complaining that the occupiers are developing some
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makeshift weapons and cutting some nails and wood together. now, the occupiers say that the police are making too much of this and they're taking the very fringe, violent he will pts and casting too broad a net and tonight will be interesting to see what happens there. >> clayton: what else is happening. >> alisyn: some news right now hot off the presses. here is our fox news alert. and calling this for you, officials confirming at least 15 people died in an explosion at a military base in iran. this blast occurred inside a weapons arsenal days after the u.n. iaea claims that they're building nuclear weapons. and yesterday, hillary clinton demanded that iranian leaders respond to that report and israeli leaders hinted at possible military action against iran. and students holding a candlelight vigil in support of the alleged victims of the sex abuse scandal that's rocked the university. last night president obama commented about this for the
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first time. >> but i think it's a good time for us to do some soul searching. every institution, not just penn state, about what our priorities are, and making sure that we understand that our first priority is protecting our kids. >> alisyn: big day there, dave. >> dave: sure is, today the football team set to take on nebraska, a big football game, but this is the first time without joe he paterno as a head coach in 46 years. keep in mind, folks, the last time he was not their head coach, we were in vietnam, martin luther king was marching in alabama, i mean, we're talking about wilt chamberlain and bill russell playing for the nba title. 46 years, it will be a huge game noon eastern time and an interesting task forest opinion, who's lost dozens of advertisers. >> another significant person who will not be there is the assistant coach, mike mcqueary, he's on administrative leave and is now in protective custody following death threats, in 2002 he says he found jerry
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sandusky, allegedly sexually abusing a young boy in a locker room, the shower. mcqueary did not stop the act, instead choosing to tell paterno and sandusky stands accused of molesting at least eight do is and car bit and franco harris. >> dave: harris not just an alum, he's speaking out in support of joe paterno, things you're not hearing a whole lot of from franco harris tomorrow. >> alisyn: another friday night document dump to tell, but. the white house turning over several he e-he mails, turning over to a panel investigating the solyndra collapse. and some in the associated press, some white house officials want today get rid of energy secretary steven chu as they saw the solyndra firestorm brewing. and solyndra receiving over 500 million dollars in cash
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before going bankrupt. how about bank thursday, some the nation's top retailers opening their doors to christmas shoppers on thanksgiving this year, that's right, clayton and gibblet eye on me. >> a gibblet, a giflet-- >> kohl's, best buy, others opening at midnight and wal-mart 10 p.m. j.c. penney and sears traditional, closed on thanksgiving at usual so their employees can be with their families. >> clayton: good. at some point you get sick of family and bail. >> alisyn: and stampede with strangers. >> clayton: a bunch of people headed to wal-mart out, and go to go out and meet them up. i don't know who they are, i need an air conditioning unit for 20% off, rick. >> yeah, true, with all of that-- >> clayton, i'll take the giflet with the gibblet. >> that's all you'll get if
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you come to my thanksgiving. >> what more do you need? two winter storms targeting the west coast and we'll say three, but two targeting right now. blizzard warnings tonight across the colorado rockies and we're talking about a chilly start this morning. 23 degrees this morning in tallahassee, florida, and all time record for this date for your cold temps, but the eastern part of the country looking absolutely beautiful. when you take a look at radar, you can see that nothing going on, in the east. all the activity is in the west and rainy morning and a quarter inch of rain and now it's moving to san diego and interior areas and one system across areas of idaho up ma seo seoul-- missoula, montana and 2 to 3,000 feet and blizzard warnings in effect across much of colorado and that's tonight you'll see the heaviest of the
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shows and winds. temps today looking pretty good across the east, in fact, 60 degrees in minneapolis around 20 degrees above where you typically should be this time of year. cool down across tomorrow and warm-up across texas in the 80's. >> alisyn: thanks, rick. >> dave: thanks, rick, coming up, one's across the board. why 11-11-11 bringing babies with it. >> alisyn: or 11-11-11, as it's typically called. >> clayton: and poll numbers, no one mitt romney in the lead and another man in second place. and rnc chairman weighs in next here live. ♪ it's gonna be a bright, bright, sunshiny ♪ looking good! you lost some weight.
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>> welcome back, check out the new poll, putting presidential candidate newt gingrich in second place. while herman cain appears to be maintaining his lead right now. so is the 2012 g.o.p. nomination still up for grabs? >> let's ask the rnc chairman who joins us live. we appreciate you being here. >> good morning, guys, happy to be here. >> dave: interesting polls. i think we still see romney floating around that 22, 23, kind of has a ceiling, but the news is newt gingrich, rising up into that upper tier, alone in second place in that poll. you see there from mcclatchy. is he a legitimate contender for the nomination without a whole lot of money in the back and without opposition research having really started yet? >> well, i think, you know, the field is wide open and i think any one of these candidates could do a good job for the country considering the position the president put
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this country in. what you're seeing is that people across the country are starving for real leadership again and that's why you're seeing so much talk about the republican candidates and what's happening to get this country back on track and save america. >> and a little more nuanced on some of the numbers, because the criticism i'm reading from some of the numbers and some on the right. this is a reflection and seeing the reburg of the gingrich numbers, from some of the the g.o.p. faithful. they see newt gingrich as more conservative and someone they can rally behind. what do you say to that? >> well, i don't buy any of that. what i think and where a little historical reminder, you might remember the seven dwarfs on the democratic side of the aisle and bush was seen unbeatable and lo and behold you had a governor from arkansas come around named bill clinton and he did pretty well himself. i think what you're seeing, you're seeing an american public that knows, by over 70%
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on every poll taken for the last six months, 70% of the american people believe that this country is on the wrong track and so air seeing people that are desperate for an answer and a solution to this president. you're going to see fluctuations, and i think primaries are tough, but we're going be to be stronger when we have a nominee coming out of the republican side of the aisle. >> speaking of the wrong track, the super committee appears to be headed nowhere, because, look, they're trying to find 1.2 trillion dollars in savings, they have to have a deal on paper by the 21st, nine days out. done by the 23rd, or 500 billion dollars in cuts from the defense department. now, we've heard republicans are offering around 500 billion dollars in new revenues, and democrats are balking at that. one, do you see any chance of a deal getting done and two, some are speculating that the president might not actually want the deal because now he can paint the republicans as
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obstructionists, as a do-nothing party. what do you say. >> well, first, we have to have a deal. i mean, our country is approaching 15 trillion dollars of debt. and for all the talk that this president loves to spew out of his mouth, he is on pace to accumulate more debt than every single president before him combined, 15 trillion dollars. second point that you made. i don't doubt that for a second that this president is hoping for failure because here is the deal. this president came and campaigned across this country as the great uniter. he was going to change washington. everyone was going to come together and now, this president's coming back to america, as the great divider. hate on everybody, republican versus democrat, rich versus poor, have's versus have not's and let's see how much we can get everybody polarized in america. his plan is to roll the dice, take his chances and try to
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win reelection, and if there's no deal, guess what? that's just another box that this president can check off and go campaign on. >> clayton: the white house would disagree with you there and the white house saying they've been prodding congress to get to a deal and something on the table. >>'s he campaigning, he's campaigning on a bus, that's what the president's doing. >> clayton: we should be clear we invited dnc chairwoman debby wasserman schultz on and she was unavailable this morning. and from the rnc, we appreciate you coming on this morning. >> have a great week. >> clayton: you, too. >> dave: have americans go soft? businesses that offer so-called dirty jobs, saying americans would rather remain unemployed than getting their hands dirty, are they right? and foxx pulling off the times skwquare surprise. >> and guaranteeing, every day--
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>> well, she thought she was here to talk about her soldier boyfriend on veterans day imagine her surprise when he showed up with a ring and proposed live on "fox & friends." >> let's take a look at somebody you're familiar with and find out how they feel about serving with somebody they love at home. >> you know who that is. >> that's my boyfriend timothy. >> and standing tall. >> the only thing i want--
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get down on one knee, will y you...-- >> hi. >> i've wanted to do this for the longest time. i'm not the wealthiest man in the world and i can't guarantee every day is going to be easy and say yes, i promise to love you for the rest of my life. >> i say yes. >> and will you marry me? >> of course i will. >> alisyn: oh, it's beautiful and the newly engaged couple, army veteran timothy stroebl and his fiancee jennifer join us live, hi, guys. what a moment. jeffrey you thought the camera grie was going to interview about your boyfriend on veterans day and then when did you start to put the pieces together? >> i was just surprised throughout the whole thing. as soon as he showed up, he
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was supposed to be ten blocks away from where we were, so i was just in shock. i didn't know what to do. >> alisyn: it seems like you were a little in shock and now, tim. >> yes. >> alisyn: you not only had to have the nerve wracking moment of proposing to your girlfriend, but on national television, what was it like. >> i had no clue what was going to happen and obviously i was 99% sure she was going to say yes, but there's always that one and i had a lot more to say when i got down there, but it just completely went out the window as soon as i hit my knee. >> alisyn: you did it well, so composed. i was struck by reading the notes you say that you were actually more scared there than in fire fights. >> yes, yes, i was. i certainly was and i kind of have a calm about you, when that sort of situation is going on and it was something totally different. >> alisyn: sure is. how did you get-- where did you get the ring? >> i got the ring from blue
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nile, a wounded warrior project and an organization and an organization i work with and they put me in touch with the blue nile and they gave he me the ring, they set it up. i mean, we were in contact every day and it was absolutely amazing how much help that they lended. >> alisyn: guess what? they're here to lend some more help and we have another surprise for you, josh from blue nile is here. josh, welcome. >> thank you. >> alisyn: what do you have for them today? >> and we at blue nile are in awe of your galt service to our country and blue nile have the deepest respect for the services and on behalf of the company we hope you'll accept the wedding bands. >> oh, my god. >> we're honored to have a special place at this time in your life. >> alisyn: look how beautiful these are. oh, my gosh, look at this jennifer. >> gorgeous. >> alisyn: it's spectacular. >> i can never thank you guys-- i keep telling them i think i'm going to wake up and it's going to be a dream. they're absolutely amazing. >> we're proud to do it.
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>> thank you so much. >> alisyn: it's so great, congratulations you guys and best of luck to you and thanks for letting us share in your very personal and special day, thank you so much for your service. >> thank you. >> alisyn: the best of luck, let us know more about the wedding details as you figure them out. >> okay. >> thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >> alisyn: our pleasure, thanks for coming in. >> thank you. >> alisyn: meanwhile, coming up, as the busy travel season gets underway, federal issues new issuing a new terror warning for a possible form of public transportation and we'll tell you about it. 's been dubbed the mean judge on master chef, but joe is all smiles this morning and cooking up healthy italian dishes. we'll dig in next. ♪ [ male announcer ] in blind taste tests, even ragu uss chose prego.
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♪ >> president obama's body man. what they call the assistant a body man. a guy named reggie is leaving the white house to get a degree at the wharton school of business. i guess he realized he couldn't learn anything about economics in the the obama white house. going to wharton school of
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business. >> clayton: a penny whistle. >> dave: with the delivery. >> clayton: and we've got joe in a minute from master chef, a great show. fan of that show. >> dave: a fan of that. >> clayton: and wave for the camera, joe. >> hi, guys. >> clayton: he'll be up in a second and incredible palate and a brilliant restauranteur, and ali goes, when are we heating. the italian in her. >> alisyn: i get to the heart of the matter. >> dave: healthy italian eating. and we wanted to tell you about the u.s.s. vincent, and held the body of osama bin laden and it held a baseball game between north carolina and michigan state. quite a scene it was, they played on board the flight deck in front of 8,000 people, half were the troops and they
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were sitting court side. a scene unlike any other. >> accord to go the media reports, it was just a very dramatic setting, open air game as they said, 8,000 people there in attendance and it happened at dusk, and it was the perfect san diego evening, the sun was setting, and two fighter jets screamed overhead as the national anthem hit the high notes and if you need more, pamela anderson was also there in the crowd. and i don't know-- >> and it's interesting, you have to pick one of the cities it's not going to rain and you can pretty much count on 70 with no rain in san diego, you don't want the boards warping, you can't play basketball in the rain, but it's interesting, do we have the time lapse video, gavin, roll it if we have it or not. transformed this entire aircraft carrier to this thing and it was vacant where the jets land and the boards and planks and bleachers, they could fit a number of these
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basketball courts there. the players, the winner even though michigan state lost the game by 12 points. >> there it is. >> the time lapse video, what a scene, michigan state loses the game and shoot 37% and the sports guy in me coming out and this north carolina team is unbelievable, number one for a reason and very good team and by the way, had fatigue pants on combat boots and the players got to meet the presidents and the troops got to see quite a show and hopefully it's something they can emulate down the line kind of like the nhl winter classic they play. >> alisyn: you've just lost me. >> clayton: you lot her. >> dave: hockey outdoors and places like fenway park and this scene is the best i've scene. >> clayton: the winter classic, side note at citizens bank park in philadelphia, outdoor nhl. >> dave: not quite the carl vincent. >> alisyn: and in the meantime, let's get your headlines and more news to tell you about, particularly this. a new travel warning this morning. federal official are eyeing possible attacks on buses and
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the warning comes days before one of the busiest travel weeks of the year. officials say there's reason to believe that terrorists might try and detonate bombs on buses both in the u.s. and abroad. documents received from osama bin laden's compound outlined a plot to use the buses as weapons, driving them into buildings or crowds of people and officials say a specific attack is not imminent. more trouble the at mf global, the embattled securities firm reportedly fired the entire fork force as part of the liquidation process. that's $1066 employees now without jobs. the company once run by new jersey governor john corzine. the troubled firm also under investigation for allegedly misusing investors' money. what are the odds of this? not one, but two very special babies. both of them born yesterday, on 11-11-11 at you guessed it at 11:11 a.m.
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and you're looking at jacob born in new jersey there and the other baby, trinity peterson, born in michigan at the same time. if that's not crazy enough. listen to the detail. both trinity and jacob's parents served or are serving in the air force and yesterday was veterans day. >> they'll hate it or love it. >> we'll check back in 11 years. >> dave: we're trying to get the parents on tomorrow. and they were happy to talk with us, and rick reichmuth in. >> we've got to get them with an astrol gist. >> now you're thinking. >> and we have one on speed dial. >> what's going on, winter storm warnings in effect across the rockies. hawaii giving a little love to hawaii where you've got a winter weather advisories at the higher elevations on the big island, summits, maybe up to two inches and temps in the low 30's, there you go, hawaii
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in november getting a little bit of snow. move forward, take look, j cook state park, absolutely around duluth, minnesota and bob sending this picture in to me, absolutely amazing fall colors up there. got to get up into the area and send me your pictures, rick reichmuth on twitter. here is the northeast, a beautiful fall day, temps in the 50's and sunny skies almost everywhere and the same across the southeast, tons of sunshine, cooler across the eastern side there towards the central plains and very warm in the northern plains this time of year and the activity is across the west. we've got big time snow moving into the next couple of days. >> all right, guys, back to you inside. >> thank you very much, rick, he's not one to mince words when it comes to judging the cooking on fox's master chef. >> and this is raw, do you see this, raw, what are you thinking, what are you thinking about trying to serve us raw food. we're here to judge this thing and watching you cook, we're not eating. >> he's tough, isn't he.
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hopefully joe is serving up the softer side this morning and we're joined by the raurner wine maker and master chef judge. good to see you, joe. >> good morning. >> dave: you describe yourself as a restauranteur, not a chef. >> not a chef at all. >> dave: this show appeals to a broad base of people, and not just chefs. >> it's home cooks in america and people kind of get behind someone and they want to root for someone, someone who wants to change their life. >> dave: that's why i like it, it's home cooked and people i can identify with and now they cook better than me, but home cooked and you yourself had a moment where you kind of had a wakeup call. >> right. >> dave: you were overweight. >> i was overweight and had health issues about five years ago and went to see my doctor and i kind of had to change my life. so through, you know, medication and sports, and eating, changing the way i was eating i was obviously to change my life, lost weight and got it under control and here i am today. >> dave: you were regularly
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competing in the new york city marathon and disappointed with the time and competed in ironman, an unbelievable physical task and talk about the changes in terms of eating, what you needed to make. >> all right. this is so about heart in the kitchen.com, something we've been teaming up with-- and teach people about eating in a sensible way and that's what it's about. you can have all the flavor, deliciousness of food, but make great decisions and it will be healthy for you as well. >> dave: and you say you don't have to not eat pasta. you don't have to avoid-- >> no, no, pasta is my number one friend. pasta gives you satisfaction, it's about portion control. i think in this country we've been pasta portion haves been too large, too much sauce, 100 grams of perfectly cooked pasta with light ingredients like vegetables or tomato sauce and a great dish that can make you totally fulfilled without denying anything. >> dave: tell us about chicken. >> two friends are pasta and broiler or the oven.
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get away from frying, from saturated fast. chicken breast, roll them up, spinach, mustard, olive oil, lemon juice. >> dave: how long do we wake it. >> 30 minutes and cut them over. spinach, and this is a multi-grain pasta. the secret get away from the butter, get away from the bacon, and simple tomato sauces in the italian world we have a resource, and the tomatoes, and prima vera and boil it, mushroom, saute' the sauce, tomato and we have pasta prima vera. >> dave: what's missing. the loads of cheese. >> heart in the kitchen, the tips if you use cheese on pasta, great it on the second before you eat it, a little
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bit. sensibility. olive oil instead of saturated fat and when you arm yourself in the store and go shopping, 97% of how good it's going to be is in the pantry, arm your pantry for success. >> dave: do that and alisyn, i know you want to eat. we'll do that in the after the show show. >> alisyn: what's missing from the dish? a fork. >> dave: ali. >> thanks, joe, thank you. >> clayton: coming up on the show, new details in that penn state scandal. why did a high profile d.a. suddenly disappear after he skipped prosecuting assistant coach jerry sandusky. judge jeanine pirro has more, she is he' covering it, she'll be here. >> alisyn: jobs too dirty for american workers? some say that the jobs are there, but americans don't want them. we're going to tell you what those are and how you can get them coming up. ♪ i can't get no satisfaction ♪ ♪ and i tried, and i tried [ male announcer ] how are we going to make this season better than the last?
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>> an unusual twist in the case against former state assistant coach jerry sandusky. >> alisyn: 1998. then the district attorney, that investigated that sandusky allegedly abuse add child. >> he disappeared, his body never found and this past summer he was declared dead. joining us is the host of justice with judge jeanine. >> it's interesting he was declared dead. what the viewers need to know his body was never found and pau because of passage of time.
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a ran with excellent reputation, they came forward six week investigation and no charges were brought. mysterious in 2005 he disappears, he no indication of depression, no indication that there's a problem he just says i'm going for a ride and find his mini cooper with cigarette ashes in the car. this guy hated cigarettes and hated smokers and never been allowed in his car. they find his computer in the susquehanna river hard drive separated from it and curiously on his person computer he searched for way toss destroy a hard drive and we've got a guy, no suicide note, who clearly didn't indicate there was a problem and today we can't say to him, why didn't you prosecute. tonight on my show, i have the sitting d.a., good friends with him, will talk about sandusky and what kind of d.a. he was, and his nephew someone i've spoken to, whether or not he would have committed suicide and we've got a crime reporter. this is key to this whole
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issue of who knew what and when, at penn state. >> alisyn: it's so mysterious, can't you conclude that in 1998 he didn't find enough evidence to move forward. >> sure, everybody concludes that's what he said, why? was it because he was part after conspiracy? was it because there wasn't enough evidence? is it because he just didn't want to go forward and bring down someone, 'cause he knew there was a super due process in this case. >> dave: was it about money? there was coverup on many be. lels of the administration, could it have gone to investigators and police. it will go to the grand jury. >> make no mistake, there will be many more victims. >> dave: they will pay big time. >> their foundation will be the shattered by the legal lawsuits up and coming. >> clayton: all right, you've the got to watch justice with jeanine pirro tonight. good to see you. fascinating.
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>> alisyn: thank you, judge. up next, are there jobs simply too dirty for americans? more and more businesses are complaining that they have work, they have jobs, but no workers. we're going to take a look at the jobs that people supposedly don't want. ♪ >> if we work hard in this country, anything is possible. that's why i'm proud to be an american. able soups. in three minutes -- the deliciousness that brings a smile to any monday. campbell's -- it's amazing what soup can do. [ pneumatic wrench buzzing ] [ slap! slap! slap! ] [ male announcer ] your favorite foods fhting you? fight back fast with tums. ccium rich tums goes to work in seconds. nothing works faster.
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>> listen to this story, the unemployment rate is still a whoopings 9%. some businesses who used to
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rely on immigrant labor to survive, find it impossible to get americans to do the same dirty jobs to survive. and steven colbert wanted to see what the dirty jobs were. >> tonight i prove i've got the right stuff to take back farm working jobs for americans, it's time to get my farm on. and i was ready. >> yeah, sam gave me a bucket to pick some beans. >> are there any beans in the shade? do i have what it takes to be a migrant farm worker? >> oh, thank god! >> conservative radio host tj mccormick is here to talk about it. in comedy a kernel of truth.
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>> a pea pod. he's painting a picture that mrns are soft, not willing and i don't know if we're soft, but maybe we're picky, maybe a little choosey? maybe a little practical, you know. >> but some of the businesses in this piece, i think comes to us this week, it was a big story this week i think from time magazine and you know, it's interesting that they are finding that a lot of businesses are having the difficulty. they've got the jobs. >> yeah. >> clayton: they've got the jobs. >> right. >> clayton: they're not able to find americans who want to do some of the jobs, apple picking, farm and construction jobs, you mentioned gutting fish. >> gutting fish and again i think it's a practice-- there are so many layers to this. i think one thing that has to be looked at is the idea that a lot of americans, i think it's a perception thing, i don't think a lot of americans it dawns on them to even look in that direction for a job and i think the other thing is that these business owners these potential job creators for americans have to reevaluate their business model. they have to realize they're
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going to have to pay a little bit more, perhaps cut some of the work hours and that might attract some american workers. >> so that's part of the sacrifice here, look, getting illegal immigrants to do the work and american labor, but what is it now, they need to cut from ten to eight hours a day. >> apparently, yeah, and pay more, and now what, that t tomato is going to cost more. more americans would embrace the more expensive if it was more and more american work force. >> it's not that americans are lazy. >> not true. >> one of the hardest working countries in the word and that's why the story fascinates. >> as a matter of fact, manual, menial labor used to be american jobs and boot strapping and getting the uniform dirty is american exceptionalism and the other side, again, being willing to pay more, it's such a big, big situation that has to be turned. i always say it's like turning
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a 747, it's a long, slow process and now, as conservatives, we look to talk about how government doesn't create jobs, it creates an environment which jobs can be created. if we would finally bring down some corporate taxes and bring down personal taxes and have more money in people's pockets, then that would negate some of the more expensive items we would be paying for because of an american work force. >> interesting, tj mccormick, i'd love to know from our viewers, if you weigh in online, friends@foxnews.com and also ff weekend. would you be willing to do some of the dirty jobs, gutting fish, apple picking and farming, let us know, coming up on the show, more "fox & friends" in two minutes and will be back to chat, also. ♪ [ male annouer ] juice drink too watery?
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>> all right. we're about out of time and tomorrow we'll bring you the debate on foreign policy and

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